Camaro Fastener Kit, Header Panel (11) Incl Hxwa Pp Screws, U-Nuts

Header Panel Bolt Kit

Evan-Fischer EVA20472011136 Header Panel headlamp Mounting Headlight Nose Plastic and fiberglass

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  • Reproduction header panel for 1967-68 Camaro models. This header panel is offered without holes drilled for mounting emblems, as the 1967 model had just one emblem while the 1968 model had two, both of which used totally different mounting hole configurations.

    Mustang header panels attach behind the front bumper cover of your 1987-1993, 1994-1998, or 1999-2004 Mustang and are essential in providing shape to the cover, as well as giving the Mustang headlights something to bolt to.

  • Reproduction header panel for 1967-68 Camaro models. This header panel is offered without holes drilled for mounting emblems, as the 1967 model had just one emblem while the 1968 model had two, both of which used totally different mounting hole configurations.

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    • 2001 (01) Ford Mustang GT  HEADER PANEL 

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    • 1996 (96) Ford Mustang SVT Cobra  HEADER PANEL 

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The header panel, also known as the headlight mounting panel, is a frame at the front of your vehicle, above the bumper, that the and mount to. This large frame, usually made of sheet metal, fiberglass, or plastic, holds your lights and grille in place. Since it’s hidden behind your grille, you probably don’t think much of it, and frankly you probably won’t have to unless you get into a front end collision.